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Loved this book. I was looking for direction and inspiration to start a career as an investing, and I got it from this book. Outstanding!
I read the Millionaire Next Door years ago and loved it. This book goes into more detail and is not only fascinating, but informative. Remember, Dr. Stanley is a professor so the material is presented as if a doctoral dissertation at time, but I find the statistics give validity to his findings. Yes, many parts are somewhat repetitive, but he does so for a reason. He provides an overview in the beginning and then goes into detail about each subject as the book progresses. If you want to change how you view your own financial situation, then this book is a very good, philosophical start.
It is a good reference book to listen. some of parts are excellent, but some of parts I really question the truth. but we hard to tell whether author over states or his survey unreliable. Best way is you take a jurney to experice.
I only listened to about the first hour of the book. I couldn't bring myself to invest much more time than that. I found the book to be boring and I didn't hear anything that I would deem to be very enlightening. I was expecting to receive some insightful truths but none were forthcoming.
In all fairness to the book and its authors, maybe I didnt give it enough of a chance to prove itself, but I generally feel that an author will place his most interesting material in the first chapter or two to motivate the reader to stay with the book. However, I heard nothing that would cause me to conclude that the book would improve with time.
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